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Exhaust seals for crossover

Discussion in 'Spine' started by mar, Aug 2, 2013.

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    mar Just got it firing!

    Mar 21, 2012
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    I have an 04 cafe sport. I noticed the exhaust crossover was loose (not cracked). In looking at it closer I cannot see where to tighten it. I went to a dealer and looked at the parts chart and noticed it had a gasket and no clamp.
    I know there is some sequence for removing and replacing the exhaust. However the manuals I have seen are for the 2001 without the crossover. Does anyone have a manual for a 2004 exhaust or perhaps can you tell me how to replace said gaskets?

    Thanks so much. Myke

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